C-RAC Statement on Proposed Distance Education Guidelines

Updated: Apr 1

Members of C-RAC have issued the following statement on new proposed 21st Century Distance Education Guidelines:

The Council for Regional Accrediting Commissions (C-RAC) shares with NC-SARA a commitment to the educational quality of distance education courses and programs. Each Commission within C-RAC has adopted its own standards, policies, and procedures for evaluating distance education delivered by their institutional members and will independently determine how to use the new Guidelines as developed by NC-SARA.

The proposed guidelines are available to review here:

Proposed 21st Century Guidelines for the
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